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that killed a u.s. ambassador. >> accused nsa leaker edward snowden making new friends and maybe looking for a new home. germany maybe? >> and unearthed a drug tunnel between mexico and the united states that is so sophisticated, it is being called a supertunnel. we're going to take you on a tour. welcome to around the world". i'm suzanne malveaux. >> i'm michael holmes. thanks for your company today. welcome to our international viewers with us all week. >> first we're going to get to this, benghazi, libya, it was just last ept, four americans were killed in a terrorist attack. one of them the u.s. ambassador. >> today a lot of pressure from republicans in congress to hear directly from cia operatives who were in libya during the attack and also afterwards. so far they have not talked to congress. >> we here at cnn have reported the cia has specifically told those operators to keep quiet. drew griffin is with the cnn investigations unit. drew, first of all, excellent reporting on all of this. they're pushing back right now on what you're reporting. what are they saying? >> being complet
. news today. a huge deal with netflix. a lot to discuss there. join us for bob iger coming up. >>> let's show you what's happening, though, on wall street. it's been a down day despite the twitter hoof la. down 104 points. was down 138 at the low of the session about 30 minutes ago. right now at 15,642. that's a .66% decline. look at the nasdaq down a percent and a half. it was down 66 points at the low. down 58 right now at 3873. high profile technology stocks taking it on the chin. 1755 has been considered a support level for the s&p. we're below that today. they're watching that very carefully. and bob pisani, of course, you're watching that as well. but i have to give you kudos. a great job this morning on the open on twitter. we were all glued watching you as you were waiting for that first trade to take place. >> thank you, bill. it's not just get for the nyse but good for overall market sentiment to have a smooth opening of such a big name. i'm a little more concerned with what's going on with the overall markets. put up the full screen. twitter is having a great day at $48. it'
headquarters. >> thank you for joining us today on this saturday. topping the news at this hour, the obama care vote. some democrats breaking ranks with the administration over the botched health care rollout and they're teaming up with the republicans to try and let people keep their health care plan. >> well, more than a week after a super typhoon tore through the philippines, we'll show you. >> you're looking at a 3-d computer generated plastic firearm. and guess what, you can make these, right in your own home. the danger is, they pass through medical detectors and that makes them illegal right now. the warning is that could change very soon. we'll tell you about the plastic guns that you can make on a computer. >> first, the dozens of democrats who are now turning their backs on the white house. 39 of them, in fact, now say president obama's health care fix doesn't go far enough. they're breaking ranks with the administration and they are voting with house republicans. on a bill that would allow the americans to keep their current plans and even allow new customers to buy those plans for m
happening one day if the u.s. >> rene, thank you so much. cnn newsroom with wolf blitzer starts right now. >> see you tomorrow. >>> right now, they're digging through the rubble in the philippines looking for victims of the deadly super typhoon. as many as 10,000 people could be dead, hundreds of thousands without shelter or food. right now, u.s. marines are in tacloban. their priority is to get to the airport there running 24 hours a day. that could make all the difference in the world to the relief efforts. and right now, americans everywhere remember the men and the women who be or have served in the united states military. today the president continued a veterans day tradition by laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns at arlington national cemetery. >>> hello, i'm wolf blitzer reporting today from washington. here's the latest on the killer typhoon that has devastated so much of the philippines. the president threw has declared a state of national calamity. families and rescuers are digging through debris of thousand of homes searching for as many as 10,000 bodies. aid is coming
. larry cohen president communications workers of america. glad to have you with us tonight. this effects every worker in this country. i hope the politicians are paying attention to to it. that's "the ed show." "politicsnation" starts right now. good evening, rev. >> good evening, ed. and thanks to you for tuning in. i'm live tonight from dallas. >>> tonight's lead, sarah palin and the extreme takeover of the gop. just days after another election day rejection of the tea party candidates, look who's back. sarah palin. the queen of the tea party was out in iowa this weekend where she compared the federal debt to slavery. insisting the comparison isn't racist. >> our free stuff today is being paid for by taking money from our children and borrowing from china. when that note comes due -- and this isn't racist. try it and try it. when that note comes due, it's like slavery. we are going to be beholden to a foreign master. >> our federal debt is like slavery? slavery was horrific, vile, a vile practice that was explicitly based on race. so it's hard to avoid sounding racist when you make com
. >> richard, thank you so much for being here. that does it for us today. join us tomorrow. right now it's time for "squawk on the street." ♪ one day more >> we are one day away from twitter's debut. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla with jim cramer and david faber at the new york stock exchange. futures have a decent tone, despite some stocks that will struggle at the open, like abercrombie, like tesla. and europe got a boost from a blowout number out of manufacturing out of germany this morning. twitter set to price tonight, begin trading tomorrow. right behind us here at post nine. >> tesla shares, they're skidding today after vehicles delivered missed expectations. earnings and revenues did come in ahead of consensus. >> abercrombie and finch posting a seventh consecutive quarterly drop in guidance. >> our guest says he knows who the next microsoft ceo will be. >> and twitter will expect it sell 70 million shares between $23 and $25 each. tune in tomorrow for our special coverage of the wall street debut on twitter. it is above the fold today for "usa today,"
have been forced from their homes. on this veterans day, u.s. marines arrived to help a country where americans once fought and died. the united states is sending shelter and hygiene supplies to aid 10,000 families and 55 tons of emergency rations which can feed 20,000 children and 15,000 adults, at least for a few days. seen from the air, the scale of the devastation is breathtaking. almost unimaginable. on the ground, the grim reality, entire towns turned into rubble, stunned survivors scavenge for food and water amid the stench of bodies. let's go live to the island of sebu, which took a direct hit. anna, you tveled with the military to a remote group of islands devastated by the typhoon. tell our viewers what you saw. >> reporter: well, wolf, we are here at the cebu air base which is very much a staging ground for this massive military operation to get food, to get water, to get those desperately needed supplies to the people who need it. as you say, we joined the military and went to one of those really hard-hit areas. i mean, you're talking town after town, village after village
. four days after the most powerful typhoon on record, a u.s. general on the ground is warning that many more people could be dead within a week if food and other aid don't get to where they're needed the most and soon. the philippine president tells cnn he now expects the final death toll to be around 2500. that's far lower than an earlier estimate from officials of some 10,000, but it's still way too early to tell with the bodies in the streets and the communications still very slow or simply out all together. the u.s. government says two americans are among the dead. cnn's paula hancocks and anna koren in the disaster zone for us. anna, you traveled to the area where the typhoon first hit the philippines. tell us what you saw. >> reporter: that's right, wolf. we traveled with the military to guyan which is the first township to have been hit by super typhoon haiyan. as we flew over, everything, every single structure, had been flattened. as we came into the airfield, these giant palm trees, every single one of them snapped which gives you an idea of the power of this storm. we were on
, it does a little different. nielsen tells us mcdonald's spends four times more on advertising than burger king does and burger king tells us its commercials are promoting the big king. instead it's counting on pr stunts like this week's report on tmz that the company bid on elvis presley's house in beverly hills. get it, the king and burger king, however the bid was reportedly rejected even though the company said it was serious. it was only 3.69 million and by the way coincidentally the big king sells for 3.69. about 30 cents cheaper than the big mac. >> keep on eat, thanks for watching "street signs." >> "closing bell" starts right now. >>> are you hungry? >> i'm starved and i don't know why. >> hi, everybody. welcome to the "closing bell." i'm maria bartiromo at the new york stock exchange. rally mode once again for stock prices. >> yes, better late than never. i'm bill griffeth. the dow needs to be up. we're well above the high today. that's mine. >> oh, i just blasted your ear. >> can i have this back? we're doing this -- >> it was the big mac that got me. >> up 116 points on the dow
're with us. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> i'm christine romans. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. berman has the day off. >> nice to have you with us. >>> we begin with what is unfolding in the philippines. more than 10,000 people now feared death in the aftermath of typhoon haiyan. drinking water and food cut off to millions. bodies are littering the streets and hanging from trees as well as. entire villages are gone. haiyan has been downgrade to do a tropical storm but still a killer and slamming into northeast vietnam overnight and we are getting reports of widespread destruction there as well. such a tragedy. we begin our coverage with andrew stephens live in the fips a philippines and can you tell us what is happening now? >> it's evening right now. >> reporter: i'm at the airport which is shattered by this huge tropical storm surge that came through here at 8:00 or 9:00 friday in the morning. a shell here but it's turning into a crucial point for recoveries and for getting relief supplies out to people. at the moment we are seeing relief planes coming in on a fairly regular basis and people walkin
a stable home environment. >> also in the news, generic drug fraud. 80% of the drugs are generic in the u.s.. ranbaxy, a leading generic drug maker, it's said they faked results to win fda approval. this is a big deal. our senior correspondent interviewed the whittle-- whistle blower. >> why would they do this? >> money. greed. >> in 2004, the ranbaxy executive dinesh thakur was asked to investigate fraud, and he uncovered disturbing questions about the data to prove the effectiveness of the ranbaxy drug. >> we started get intog the files and lo and behold, we find none of it exists in the first place. >> can -- what does that mean? >> it means they have gotten approvals from the fda based on data that was fraudulent. >> there are -- there was no proof they were effective. the findings were presented to the ranbaxyexecutives in 2005, but nothing was done. >> i was dumbfounded. i have worked in this industry 12 years, and i have never seen such calous behavior. >> his young son was prescribed a ranbaxy antibiotic for a fever. >> he kept getting worse. so we got another company's formulation,
? >> just because you use twitter doesn't mean it's a great investment. how does twitter make money? most people don't know. they make it by advertising. most people don't understand that, they're actually losing money. >> rachel, you're a huge twitter user. it's helped you a lot professionally. >> and personally. >> a lot of fun on it. i'm wondering what your take is in terms of what it has done for you in your business and where the advertising needs to go. >> i've been on it since 2008. when i was on twitter i was working at the "huffington post" covering the presidential election in 2008. the first early adopters in media were on twitter. that's how i started to consume my news. i remember noticing it in the conventions in 2008, i wasn't looking at the news sites, just looking on twitter. it's become just this first line of news consumption for most people. but it's so much more than that for me personally. as an activist it helps me get my message out. as someone who likes to engage across a broad variety of industries, i can easily do so and find the common denominator. i do a lot o
presidential library back in april. >> thanks for coming on. to help us dissect all things obama care, we're joined by megan mccartel. how are you? >> i'm fine, thanks. >> we'll get to elections but a lot of talk about navigators and new york times reporting some states like kentucky, they've been very helpful. luke russert reporting on republicans though trying to use this sort of grass roots outreach as a potential pit fall. how important is it to have something offline to help people in states learn about what they can do under this law? >> well, i think right now it's very important. if the website isn't performing as we expected, it probably wouldn't be as important. you would still want that, especially for seniors who aren't always the tech savviest people. the issue is that the republicans are pretty fair on is that not all of the navigators seem to have been trained as much as you might like. the new york times article had a kentucky navigator telling a woman who is reluctant to sign up for medicaid, you could just sign up and use it for catastrophic expenses and pay your doctors
. we lift up all our vets today. thanks for joining us. now "the lead" with jim sciutto starts now. >>> 10,000 lives gone in a matter of hours and many still desperately trying to find their loved ones. i'm jim sciutto and this is "the lead." the world lead. time is running out for anyone still trapped after a super typhoon laid waste to the philippines. survivors only beginning to take stock of the enormity of the disaster. >>> u.s. marines are on the ground in the philippines, just one of the teams joining the international relief effort, but the task is overwhelming. hundreds of thousands of people are displaced. many don't know where their next glass of clean drinking water will come from. >>> and also in world news, no deal. world powers including the u.s. fail to reach an agreement with iran to stop enriching uranium. now that everyone has walked away from the table, what can bring them back? >>> welcome to "the lead." i'm jim sciutto filling in for jake tapper. hope you're having a meaningful and memorable veterans day. we begin with the world lead. just moments ago, the u.s
at least $1.8 billion. julia boorstin sat down with twitter's ceo. she'll join us with is that conversation in just a minute. but first, the rest of this morning's agenda, there are a number of key economic stories to watch. the european central bank is meeting in frankfurt. policymakers are expected to hold rates steady despite intense pressure to cut interest rates because of what you've been watching with the euro. a decision is expected around 7:45 eastern time. but the key developments for the market could come at 8:30 eastern. that's when the ecb president mario draghi is holding a news conference. we'll get previews from geoff ket mo c cutmore in europe in about 20 minutes. >>> jobless claims are seen at falling slightly to 335,000. as for the markets, joe mentioned the dow closing at a historic high. the s&p 500 rose for the 16th time in the last 21 sessions, finishing within two points of a record. the nasdaq was not along ford ride yesterday. it closed a little lower to snap a three-day winning streak. you did see some of the high flyers that took it on the chin yesterday. you wat
record time, too right? >> i don't know. thanks for joining us here at 5:00. >>> special good evening to our viewers in the western u.s. tonight. this is election day 2013, and the polls have now closed in two of the biggest races in this country. it is clear that before tonight is over,e're going to get a big indication of what voters are thinking around the country. five years and one day after the election of president obama, just weeks after we all witnessed that ugly government shutdown. voters tonight are electing governors in new jersey and virginia. new mayors in new york and boston and seattle and so on. many of these races will indicate how the political winds are blowing right now. we begin our coverage in the politically crucial commonwealth of virginia. chuck todd is there for us tonight. chuck, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. well, a lot of the action is on the east coast. polls are closed. we have some winner. governor chris christie has been re-elected. we've projected that, nbc news. here in virginia, the bellwether of bellwethers the last few
. thank you so much for waking up with us. >> we do so with a fox news alert out of the philippines. reports that the death toll from one of the most powerful typhoons on record could reach well 10,000 people. at this show hour 10,000 are fe dead. >> translator: i'm looking for my grandmother, mother and child. >> there's no radio, no television. the devastation is -- i don't have the words for it. it's really horrific. >> the u.n. says 2.5 million people are in need of food aid in the area there and unicef estimates there's 1.5 million children who could be affected by this. coming up we'll have a live report from that devastated area and hear from aid workers what the crisis looks like. >>> on to another fox news alert, police in texas are on the hunt for two suspects after a gunman goes on a deadly rampage at a massive house party. two are dead. 16 others wounded. it happened just before midnight in a suburb near houston. dozens of people mostly teenagers were at the house when the gunfire rang out. >> it was chaos. just chaos. i heard between five and ten gun shots, and, you kno
are in charge! you are allowed to do whatever you want. >> i want to thank you for having us here. it's great to mix things up. we will not mix it up entirely, we will discuss the celebrity health news. and we were just taking self-ies of one another, and posting them on the social media sites, that's nothing knew, but are some celebrities taking sexy selfies too far. >> kim kardashian had jaws drob when she posted her baby's bootie pick, miley cirus is leaving little to the imagination when it comes to her lady parts and nikki manaj is flashing. >> and actress receda jones took to twit twitter, to scold her lady friends. >> and followed up with a #stop acting like a [ beep ]! so when it comes to social media, when does self-expression become self-sabotage. >> i think some of them need instagram privilege taken away. >> little kids look at these and think it's normal. >> and whatever guess out there on the internet, stays there forever. i know you are young and in a wild zone, but 20 years from now, do you want these photos out there? >> some of these, i am glad they are not showing nipple sh
. but first, joe and andrew are back at cnbc headquarters. republican old wolf will join us from the weather channel with the latest in just a moment, but andrew, back over to. >> thank you, becky. on the market, the october jobs report. the release due at 8:30 a.m. eastern time. the reports polled saying the economy likely added 120,000 jobs last month. that's the estimate and the baseline to play against. the employment rate is seen ticking higher to 7.4% and the numbers expected to show the government shutdown delayed hiring and forced some workers, of course, to stay home. >>> also in the news this morning, blackberry will be paying its new interim ceo a base salary of a million bucks, a bonesup up to twice that amount and stock awards potentially worth some $58 million. john chen is credited with turning around sybase in the late 1990s. his shares only begin to vest after three years with the company. and the majority of those will vest an he completes his fifth year with the company. if he's fired without cause, he will be paid up to $6 million. and given that becky still has her black
'm gullable. i'm like the girl or the guy who uses whiteout when he can on a computer -- i was watching -- notice how i said girl or guy quickly. i was looking at today on a twitter thing there was a little bug. have you seen that? >> i haven't seen it. i'm going to look right now. >> have you seen bugs moving around? if you go to a certain person and then i -- there's a bug. it's a spec moving around. it looked like there's a little flea. where? >> it has to be on the person. the person does it that way. the person on their picture somehow gets a bug moving around and then you see it -- i saw it and then i went -- >> you were trying to swish it? >> no. you but i went to see if -- i tried to pull this thing off to see if it's underneath. but then i realized it's a person that's always moving around there. did you know you could do that? >> no, i did not. >> i'm going to do that. @joekernenshair is a bug. >> on the next commercial. >> your jacket is on. >> i know. >> you're looking really sharp. no belt, know. >> this is a suit. it doesn't take a belt. >> i know that. but you buy the sui
enjoyed it though. that's thrilling. hi, shirley. >> they used to say, oh, god, here comes the question machine. >> you guys have a great day. "newsroom" starts now. >>> happening now in the "newsroom." >> yes, i have smoked crack cocaine. >> toronto mayor rob ford. >> do i? am i an addict? no. >> this hour, his city decides whether to oust him. >>> also, the top white house tech guy, todd park, front and center, forced to test before another hearing on obama care. >>> plus incognito. >> can we ask you how your trip to l.a. went? >> no further comment. >> the suspended dolphin back in miami waiting to find out what the nfl is going to do with him. >>> also -- >> let's be very honest, airlines or companies in any industry don't merge for consumer benefit. >> what that means for your next flight. >> i think it's a win for the low cost carrier. >> health alert. why your bad cholesterol number may not matter anymore. you're live in the cnn "newsroom." >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me. we begin in washington with an event one you white house official cal
openly like this tells us that a new ugliness has come to right wing discourse. howard fineman is editorial director for the huffington post media group. david corn is the washington bureau chief for mother jones. both are values msnbc political analysts. let's listen to dick cheney, here it is at his current worst. >> we look at the mess that has been created out of obama care by the president having said, you can keep your policy if you like it, you know, guaranteed, period. that turns out that was a lie. and he repeated it over and over and over again. >> cheney's not alone. another former gop heavyweight, if you will, mitt romney called the president a liar during an interview on "cbs this morning." >> the real problem that the president has is a broken promise. it's dishonesty. and that's of course, what's really striking at the heart of this. >> let me go to howard on this one. it seems to me that one thing we know and the discourse we have here on this program and everywhere else in the country is if you call someone a liar, using that word, saying they lie, it's sort of
attkisson has the answer. an n.f.l. lineman quits over locker room harassment. mark strassmann tells us what it was all about. and elaine quijano on the forgotten p.o.w.s. they were captured and held in prison camps, so why did uncle sam turn his back? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is a special western edition. those who know paul ciancia are at a loss to explain friday's rampage at los angeles international airport and his apparent hatred for the t.s.a. today his family apologized. ciancia is accused of shooting a t.s.a. officer to death and wounding two other officers and a passenger. terrified travelers fled the terminal friday. police shot ciancia four times, his condition has been upgraded to good today, though he remains sedated and under guard. who is ciancia? ben tracy is at l.a.x. for us tonight. ben? >> reporter: scott, the alleged shooter is something of a blank slate-- no criminal record and, for someone his age, 23, he's posted very little online. his family says they're shocked and investigators are t
these kids in their costume. for those of us out of that. >> i can see you putting the candy out the door and walking away. >> we live on the ninth floor of the building with no trick or treating. >> that's just cold. >> sad, right? >> scrooge is what it is. >> let's keep going. i don't want to do the obama care story. >> we missed you yesterday. it was incredible watching you there. somebody said something about grown men. i said the morning after your team wins, there are no grown men. >> the night your team wins there are no grown men. >> one was, in some ways as fun or more fun than seeing the green monster and into the up field. >> we were throwing balls off the green monster and to the base. >> like children. >> a lot of fun going inside the green monster. speaking of trick or treating, we lived on the upper west side for awhile. then we moved to places undisclosed, then we were chased back into the city because of the hurricane last year and snowstorm the year before. we always did 69th street on upper west side. have you done that before? >> i haven't. >> that is the coolest stree
on facebook and twitter. send them questions that we should use in our should i worry segment. i'm jami colby. media buzz with howie kurtz, right now. take care. >>> on the buzz meter this sunday, a president who's disengaged from the business of governing. a president who didn't tell the truth about keeping your health plan. that indictment covering not just some conservative critics but from the mainstream media. is this a turning point for the coverage of barack obama and an indelible image he won't be able to erase or just a rough patch for the administration? >>> plus, a conversation with barbara walters about "the view." why she's saying away from political stories. >> "the view" is a daytime show. a lot of on people do threat their news from "the view," but it's supposed to be entertaining, upbeat. i didn't think the shutdown was either entertaining or upbeat. >> and why she insists she'll finally hang it up. >>> plus, jon stewart makes fun of me for suggesting his mockery of obama care actually matters. >> don't act like us making jokes about a certain program or president is evidence
both of you here. make sure you join us tomorrow. right now it's time for "squawk on the street." ♪ ♪ >>> good wednesday morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla with jim cramer and david faber. 10-year yield easing right around 2 opinion 74 this morning. our audio board's on fire today. >> it's always nice to hear porky pig. >> overnight in asia, shanghai and hong kong down sharply, some disappointed in that four-day meeting of leaders and bank of england cutting its forecast for inflation. macy's beating profits, affirming on the year. >> and a fight with kraft ends up costing the coffee giant $2.8 million. >> tesla confirming there are no plan foors recall. outlines his vision and fires back at george clooney. >> and doubts continue to compound about completing fixes for the end of the month on baum care. >> revenues beat consensus at revenues are up 3.5 prgs. the ceo says numbers are extremely strong. sales trends at bloomingdale's doing well. >> big name for my charitable trust. ta terry lundgren has been able to go against amazon. in is always w
that what bill clinton said today -- people that buy on the individual market. insurance companies used to love selling insurance to the people. by and large, they were male, healthy, single. weren't going to have a baby. people who probably never use insurance they were healthy, they would never have to avail themselves of coverage that if could sell them junk plans that were cheat but that didn't have much in them. god forbid you get sick. if they start going back and grandfathering in more of the junk policies, i don't know how that strengthens the law. think it weakens it. >> david kay johnston, the target that jay carney drew, pretty narrow one. people in the market place who cannot afford or find a plan that they can afford. now, most, a lot of people we are talking about will get subsidies in the, in the system, so the affordability factor actually applies to very, very few people. >> yeah, most people will actually be better off in the situation they're describing under the plans. but i have a different take on this. lawrence, i don't think the president ever meant, you will hav
's attorney general says he will not retry the case. ryan ferguson and his father join us in a moment. but first "48 hours" correspondent air moriarty is here. her eight years of original covering of this case covered the gaps. good morning to you. >> good morning. most people expected it would take months to resolve ryan ferguson's fate. it took just four days. >> ryan! yay! >> how are you doing. >> it was finally over. last night a smiling ryan forgetson ferguson appeared before reporters and press. no longer in handcuffs or his prison-issued jumpsuit. he first thanked his parents, bill and mary ferguson. >> they're the most amazing parents. without them, i wouldn't have have had any hope. >> ferguson was convicted in 2005 of killing kent height hold, a popular newspaper sports editor. while there was plenty of physical evidence at the scene, none of it matched ferguson. he was convicted on the word of two witnesses. one was charles erickson, a high school classmate, who claimed they killed height hold in a late-night robbery. the other, a janitor who said he
intelligence on that than the man who runs schwab, ceo walt b bett bettinger is with us. >> in fact, schwab's stock is at a multi-year high as a result. here we go again, my co-anchor, the budget battle could be hitting an impasse already. taxing the so-called rich more is apparently back on the table for some top democrats. there is already concern this is a nonstarter for the gop. so, the question is, are we setting ourselves up again to go toward the brink, as we did a couple months ago? we'll lay out what's being targeted and how much it might cost you if you are considered wealthy by washington, d.c. deja vu all over again. >> for sure. let's check the markets as we approach this final stretch for the day. the dow jones industrial average showing a gain in the session by 20 points. as you know, any close positive above where we close on friday would be another all-time high for the investor. nasdaq, where we're still floating around 13-year highs or so on the nasdaq with a gain in the session of 2 1/2 points at 39.21. s&p 500 also in unchartered territory. we only need a little more th
might they tell us about obama care. e maim us at the real story. tweeted us using the #real dsto. >> dems are pushing new bills. are these bills about a political cover? senator scott brown from republican senator and now fox news contributor. good to see you, senator. >> good to see you. >> what do you make of the fact we're hearing from senator landru, senator manchin, saying oh, my goodness we have to save these health care plans for our constituents even though they voted for obama care, every single one of them. >> not only did they vote for it, they also voted against delaying the implementation but the grandfathering aspect of it as well. you have shaheen filing a bill, manchin, others are filing what i call cya bills, you know what cover your behind bills to basically get through the election cycle, take the pressure off of them back home and say hey listen i filed the bill. people are smarter than that. they under these people are the architects of obama care. ram it through there. they delayed my swearing here in massachusetts for a couple of weeks so they could ram it
said using it would be as easy as buying a ticket online. this is an insult. for millions it is about losing insurance the promise that you could keep. >> hi, peter lots to talk about today. >> reporter: in the last few minutes we learned that a fix is on the way for consumers for americans who saw their health plans unexpectedly cancelled in the last few weeks and jay carney saying that we should expect an announcement sooner than later. >> the president has always been eager to work with lawmakers on both parties. >> meanwhile, house republicans are highlighting those cancellation notices and telling the white house we told you so. >> back in 2010, we had a meeting at the blair house with the president before he signed obama care into and i raised with the president the issue of plans being cancelled. and there, the president actually admitted that he knew people would lose their plans yet he kept making this false promise. >> at two separate hearings on the hill today lawmakers pressed administration officials about security at health care.gov. and one of them revealed that more th
we'll go get drupg abonk. >> yes, i have. >> thanks for inviting us into your home tonight. that's it for special report. i'm chris wallace here in washington. greta goes on the record right now. >>> a new fix or another fumble? >> the rollout has been rough, that's on us. that's on me. it's on us. we fumbled the rollout. >> it's not just a broken website now. it's a broken pledge. >> two fumbles on a big game. i said that i would do everything we can to fix this problem and today i'm offering an idea that will help do it. >> no one can identify anything that the president could do to keep his pledge that is both legal and effective. >> think of a belt and suspenders. what the belt will put forth will be one and what we will do will be the other. >> what we see is a political band-aid, it is not a solution. >> insurers can stepped the current plan that would otherwise be canceled into 2014 and americans whose plans have been canceled can choose to reenroll. this fix won't solve every person for every person. >> let's be clear, the only person to fully protect the american people
was on the home page. she is saying don't blame her. abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl starts us off. >> reporter: during the first month just 26,000 people were able to select health insurance through the federal website or over the phone, a stunningly low number. 14 states and d.c. operate their own health insurance market places and did better, nearly 80,000. all tolled obama care is way behind the administration's goal of 500,000 for the first month and the 7 million they hope to enroll by march. those numbers and who they sign up are critical to making obama care work. even before the numbers came out today, the white house put the blame on the troubled website. >> i can only tell you that we fully expect that the numbers will be even lower than anticipated because of the significant challenges caused by the website. >> reporter: but that line is not quieting anger in congress where today the most eye popping revelation came from one of the government's top accountants, the first official estimate of how much the website has cost so far. >> by the end of september it was nor
the last two months of patients' lives. it's a perfect example of the costs that threatened to bankrupt us and how hard it's going to be to rein them in. >> genes--as a result of them, you've inherited some of your family's finest qualities, along with predispositions to deadly diseases. you probably know that science has made giant leaps in detecting and treating some of those illnesses, but what you probably don't know is that at the same time, biotech companies have been patenting human genes. that's right. whether you like it or not, a vital part of who you are may now belong to someone else. >> let me just examine him. >> people are worried more than ever about how the chemicals we're exposed to are affecting our health. among them, a family of chemicals used in everyday plastics known as phthalates, which congress banned in toys after a study by dr. shanna swan. welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm lesley stahl. we'll be exploring the world of science in this episode. later we'll bring you morley safer's story about the human genome patents being awarded to biotech companies and the pr
and -- the affordable care act. okay, professor, it is up to you to tell us how -- the affordable care act is doing, compared to the early days of the massachusetts law. >> the big issue, it is too early to make a strong conclusion. the bottom line is people don't sign up until they have to. >> we are doing better than massachusetts. as secretary sebelius said .3% in massachusetts. 1 1/2% of the federal level. goal of 7 million. that is not a relevant comparison. relevant comparison happen in march. we need new focus on not the week to week and day-to-day, to date. >> professor, quickly, what do you make of roughly all most four times people enrolling in medicaid than -- than purchasing with or without subsidies, the approximately sees from the exchanges. -- policies from exchanges. >> we had a program that was free, got higher enrollment than the program people had to pay. people soon up for what its free first. once again as the deadline approaches for the mandate. people rush in, healthy people coming in towards the march 31st date. >> e.j.dion, democrats listening to the professor, professor gr
. it's "the simpsons" sunday night. that does it for us tonight. happy halloween. now it's time for "the last word with lawrence o'donnell." have a great night. >> here's a halloween treat for you. an 8 year old dressed up a as a boston cop in 1925. he got a much bigger job than that when he grew up and, yes, that is his sister, eunice, admiring his uniform. you can see that picture of the 35th president of the united states at the kennedy library. >> the american public is mad as hell. >> it's been a rough couple weeks in washington. >> they're not going to take it anymore. it's an american horror story politically. boy, is it scary. >> people are sick of even their own representatives. >> 63% want a new member of congress. >> it's a very negative review for everybody. >> the first shock wave hit the republican party. >> it's utterly maddening. >> will anything spook ted cruz? >> who is the top leader? it's ted cruz. >> that would be the end of the republican party. >> i think republicans have to be worried. >> those numbers freak people out. who cares? >> this guy is scary. >>
's okay, chris. you had us at hello. >> three more years of that coming. behind enemy lines, president obama takes his health care pitch deep into the heart of texas right into senator cruz country. >> as challenging as it may seem sometimes, as frustrating at healthcare.gov may be sometimes, we are going to get this done. >> but from capitol hill all the way to the country music awards, the health care hits just keep coming. ♪ obama care by morning ♪ why is this taking so long >> leading the charge kirsten gillibrand joining us live as she makes the final push to change the way military changes assault cases this as one heartbreaking testimony of his wife's ordeal shines a bright onlight on the uphill battle they face. >> it takes incredible strength to pull out of that nightmare. i'm lucky i married -- i'm lucky i married someone so strong she could do it, even if she still suffers and has never been the same. >> good day to you. i'm peter alexander. today for my friend andrea mitchell, the political pressure to get healthcare.gov running smoothly isn't just felt by the president
ones. man: glad us swing shift guys are done. heard you got a sexual assault call, too. gonna be a busy night. i'll drink my first one for you, huh? mm-hmm. (laughs) let him gloat. i don't really like anybody that goes to bed before sunrise, anyways. agreed. hey, morgan? the sexual assault call. it's got to be our guy. similar victim and location. oh. oh, sorry. dawn. banks. swing shift. hi. seen you around. greg. hi. dawn and i worked separate home invasion rapes last week, realized we might be dealing with a serial. yeah, looks like he might have struck again. do, uh, you mind if i work this one with you? i don't sleep anyway. oh, um, sure. great. i can head out to the scene. the victim's waiting at pd. all right, i'll talk to her. okay. good luck. i didn't see him. i-i didn't hear him. i didn't know anything happened until i woke up. tell me what you can about your night, amy. what do you remember before you went to bed? i got off work at 8:00. i'm-i'm a cocktail waitress. fell asleep in bed watching tv. when i woke up, my head felt all cloudy. and... i was... ...hurting. i promise y
to "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell is off. margaret brennan is with us. good morning. >> it is so great to be here with you charlie. >>> we begin here the man charged with killing a tsa officer at los angeles international airport, investigators say paul ciancia claims he acted alone. >> this morning the attack is raising questions about security and procedures at america's third largest airport, ben tracy is at lax. ben, good morning. >> reporter: margaret and charlie good morning. all nine terminals at lax are open this morning and security is tight and some passengers understandably on edge and we're also learning more about the shooter's motives and security here at the airport. tsa agents are wearing black bands on their badges in memory of hernandez, first employee killed in the line of duty. flowers have been placed in terminal three. >> he had his gun trained down like this and he took two shots. >> reporter: scott green was waiting in the security line with his family on friday when 23-year-old paul ciancia started shooting at tsa agents. passengers frantically ran out of
to take us seriously because at the end of the day, we could all use a few more female friends and i'm pretty sure hillary clinton will have some she will be calling to hang out in 2016. that does it for "the cycle." martin, it's all yours. >> it's thursday, november 7th, and woe is the burden of chris christie. may the blood-letting begin. >> that's a pretty huge ego. >> we need moderates like chris clibs christie. >> stop annoying me. >> shows shown a way of womening in new jersey. >> there's only one group to blame, the house majority and their speaker. >> he said it's because there's not enough compromise. >> shame on congress. >> i think it is terrific that he's brash and outspoken. >> maybe the folks in washington, d.c., should tune in th their tvs right now. >> it's been a great working relationship. >> president obama called chris christie to congratulate him and he got crap for that. >> it's all about chris christie. >> way, hawing, look -- hey, washington, look at me. >> how about christie spending one day campaigning for ken cuccinelli. >> look at the knives coming out. >
that something is wrong with what is supposed to be our two party system? that does the for us tonight. now time for "up late with alex baldwin." have of a great weekend. good night. >> thank you, rachel. tonight i want you to meet two women who inspire me with their work on the front lines of two crucial battles being waged in this country. the fight to end homelessness and to defend the rights of undocumented workers. for two weeks now, president obama has been pushing congress, when heap says congress, you should hear house republicans, to pass a comprehensive immigration bill like the one democrats and republicans already passed in the senate. the president says he wants it done this year. >> it's good for our economy. it's good for our national security. it's good for our people. and weep shou should do it this? >> after alleysrallies around t country. they came on board with comprehensive immigration reform. this year the nation's 11 million undocumented immigrants. either way, while the battle over immigration reform plays out in washington, out inment rest -- out in the rest of the count
. david, thank you so much for bringing that to us. >>> to washington now, bill clinton saying president obama should keep his word, honor his promise and allow millions of americans whose plans have been dropped by their insurance carriers to keep their policies if they like them, even if it means changing the law. cnn's jim acosta is at the white house with the latest. >> reporter: all of this has taken a major hit on the president's poll numbers, kate. white house officials can no longer say it's just the republicans who are the main critics of obama care. democrats on capitol hill are joining forces to hold the president to his promise. if you like your insurance plan, you can keep it. >> when it comes to obama care, it's no the just the president versus republicans anymore. even as most loyal democrats in congress say, it's time to fix it. >> i think we need to look at the political reality. we need to be open to constructive changes to make this law work better. >> reporter: one leading proposal from louisiana senator mary landrieu would make the president keep his promise, if you
dad are with us for their first i sit down interview since being freed. >>> typhoon survivors barely holding on in the philippines. some joy a mid disaster. you'll see a family's emotional reunion. >>> timothy dothan joins us to look how pope francis brings back to the church. >> first a look at your world in 90 seconds. >> what's the first thing you wanted to eat when you got out of prison? >> i kind of want some dairy queen. >> ryan ferguson tastes freedom after nearly a decade behind bars. >> spent the last eight years in jail convicted a murder he says he had nothing to do with. >> just last week a state appeals court overturned the conviction. >> in the typhoon devastated philippines, blocked roads are hindering relief efforts. at least two americans were killed by the storm. >> people are dying. too many people are dying. >> president bill clinton taking on president barack obama 's misleading promise about americans keeping insurance under obama care. >> the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to people. >> arctic blast of a
fully enrolled. mitch mcconnel accused the white house of using enron accounting. mark rubio called the numbers a bis mal. less than a third of 27,000 navigated healthcare.gov success friday. the remainder, 80,000 signed up on websites run by 14 states and the district of columbia. this falls short of the half million obama care thought would sign up the first month. >> we should be further ahead. had we not had the disaster roll out of the website, i think we would be. >> the republicans said we told you so. >> indications that the affordable care act which i believe is the unaffordable care act is deeply flawed. >> health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius says bigger numbers are ahead. the white house goal is the end of this month. it could slip. >> today we're confident on track to achieve that. if that changes, we'll certainly let you know. >> reporter: under questions from republican tray goutt, todd parks offered no guarantees. >> when will it be operational to your satisfaction? >> we have a goal that the team is pursuing with tremendous intensity. >> how many mo
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